KE may refer to:

  • Kappa Sigma
  • the code for Kildare, Ireland
  • Kinetic energy in physics
  • Knowledge engineering in computer science and in cognitive science
  • the country code for Kenya
  • the Kenyan TLD, .ke
  • an abbreviation for Cornell University co-ed a cappella singing group "The Key Elements"
  • the IATA alpha code designator for Korean Air
  • Košice, Slovakia
  • an extended family studied for a genetic language impairment

Ke may refer to :

  • Ke (unit), a traditional Chinese unit of decimal time lasting either 14.4 minutes or 15 minutes
  • Ke (kana), the romanisation of the Japanese kana け and ケ; see also Small ke
  • kē in Hanyu pinyin, written 柯 in Chinese
    • Ke (surname), a transliteration of a common Chinese surname
    • The Chinese name of Lithocarpus glaber, the Japanese oak, a tree species
  • Ké, the stage name of New York singer/songwriter/actor Kevin Grivois
  • Elimination rate constant, a value used in pharmacokinetics to calculate the rate at which drugs are removed from the system

Other articles related to "ke":

Péter Szőke
... Péter Szőke (born on August 8, 1947 in Budapest, Hungary), is a former Hungarian tennis player ... Szőke did not win any top-level titles during his professional career, finishing runner-up once in singles and four times in doubles ... Szőke participated in 27 Davis Cup ties for Hungary from 1967–1983, posting a 9-15 record in singles and a 17-6 record in doubles ...
... SAGE KE is the third in a series of Knowledge Environments developed by Science and AAAS, after the Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment (STKE) and AIDScience ... Funding for SAGE KE comes from The Ellison Medical Foundation, founded and supported by Oracle Corporation CEO Larry Ellison ... SAGE KE published its final issue on 28 June 2006 due to lack of funding ...
Saint Kea - Legend
... in the 17th century, as well as Beunans Ke, an incomplete 16th-century Cornish-language play rediscovered in 2000."Beunans Ke (The Life Of St Ke)" ... probably explains the Arthurian section in Beunans Ke, which describes Arthur's conflict with the Roman emperor Lucius Hiberius and Mordred's subsequent treachery ...